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Crafts for Kids Who Are Learning about Dinosaurs (Crafts for by Kathy Ross

By Kathy Ross

The prehistoric age of dinosaurs was once a mysterious land of flying, swimming, and operating giants. but there have been additionally dinosaurs the dimensions of chickens. With this e-book, the dinosaur nation involves existence via artistic, inexpensive crafts.

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Press the ends of the other two pieces of pipe cleaner into the ball below the head. These will be the arms. 13. Trim the arms so they are slightly shorter than the legs. 14. Glue the seed bead to the head for the eye. 15. Press a piece of sticky-back magnet to the back of the dinosaur. Keep the Spinosaurus on the refrigerator but don’t let him in it! He is a hungry meat-eating dinosaur! Spinosaurus (SPY-nuh-SAWR-uhs) 31 Stegosaurus Scrap Box Stegosaurus had large bony plates across its back. Here is what you need: two 9-inch (23-cm) white uncoated paper plates small wiggle eye large, empty tissue box two clamp clothespins paint and a paintbrush newspaper masking tape scissors stapler Here is what you do: 1.

2. Cut the open end of the triangle into a slight curve to form the wings. 3. Fold one of the pipe cleaners in half. Bend the folded end out to shape a head. 36 black permanent marker scissors 4. Use the marker to draw eyes. 5. Cut a small piece from the tip of the triangle wings opposite the open end to create a hole. 6. Slide the head up into the triangle wings and through the hole in the tip. 7. Fold the two ends of the pipe cleaner out to shape the feet. 8. Tape the pipe cleaner legs to the front inside of the triangle wings.

8. Cut a haunch and leg shape from the green paper. Glue the piece over the hole in the dispenser. 9. Cut a long tail from the green paper. Glue the top of the tail to the dinosaur so it hangs down. This craft is a perfect gift for your favorite paleontologist. ” Following twenty five years of developing nursery school programs and guiding young children through craft projects, Ross has authored many successful series, including Crafts for Kids Who Are Learning about . . , Girl Crafts, and All New Holiday Crafts for Kids.

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